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Alphamon
(アルファモン)
Alphamon (Cyber Sleuth) b
Appears in:Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth/Hacker's Memory
Voice actor(s):(Ja:) Maaya Sakamoto
Gender Female

Alphamon is a Royal Knight in Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth.

Appearance

Main article: Alphamon#Design

Description

Alphamon is able to summon the Ouryuken Sword and use Blade of the Dragon King without having to become Alphamon Ouryuken.

Attacks

  • Soul Digitalization (Digitalize of Soul): Summons a small magic circle before herself, with which she summons energy shots.
  • Blade of the Dragon King (王竜剣 Ouryūken?, lit. "Ouryu-Sword"): Swings the Ouryuken.
  • Blade of the Dragon King (聖剣グレイダルファー Seiken Gradalpha?): Draws out a convergence of light that was pierced into the center of a magic circle, and stabs it through the opponent.

Fiction

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth (Manga)

Alphamon, whilst posing as Kyoko Kuremi, is initially bored of her job at the agency, though is excited as soon as clients arrive. After learning the young men had their accounts stolen by members of Demons, she sends Takumi Aiba to Kowloon to acquire said accounts. After completion of the mission, she ponders about who the Demons leader is, and laments that they don't know anything about how EDEN Syndrome works.

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory

Other Forms

Kyoko Kuremi

Kyoko Kuremi b

After Kyoko Kuremi had her mental data absorbed by an Eater, Alphamon took over her body to be able to move in the Real World. Posing as Kyoko, Alphamon runs the Kuremi Detective Agency.


Sports car

Kyoko's sports car b

When posing as Kyoko, Alphamon drives an imported[1] black Alfa Romeo Montreal-like sports car with golden borders and mirrors, two doors, red under lights, golden sun design on the wheels, and golden circuit design on the hood connected to a golden sword design. The car's color scheme resembles Alphamon's body.

When going to Cyberspace EDEN to rescue Aiba, Nokia, and Yuuko, the car merges with Kyoko's body, allowing her to become Alphamon again.

Notes and references

  1. The car's wheel is in the left while Japanese cars have wheels in the right.
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